East Indonesia sees 90MW of additional power come online

Three power plants have successfully been commissioned in the east of Indonesia with a combined capacity of 90MW.

Australia: DeGrussa solar project wins environmental award

The Sandfire DeGrussa Hybrid Project in Western Australia, has won the 2019 Golden Gecko Award for Environmental Excellence.

The search is on for the new CEO at Eskom

Interim executive chairman at Eskom, Jabu Mabuza has confirmed that the process of appointing a new chief executive officer is well underway.

German SMEs tap into the East African energy market

The German Energy Solutions Initiative supports German SMEs tapping into foreign markets by facilitating business partnerships at Future Energy East Africa.

Nigeria: Government present unlimited investment opportunities

"New initiatives by the Government present unlimited investment opportunities," says Future Energy Nigeria business development director Ade Yesufu.
onshore Niger Delta

New gas discoveries confirmed at onshore Niger Delta

A Nigerian joint venture has made a significant gas and condensate find in the deeper sequences of the Obiafu-Obrikom fields, in OML61, onshore Niger Delta.

Wind technology to consume more copper over the next decade

Wind technology is anticipated to consume the largest amount of copper over the next ten years in this sector, according to Wood Mackenzie.

Eskom tables summer plan to keep the lights on

While electricity demand in summer is generally lower than in winter, the summer period comes with its own challenges, noted Eskom.

Toshiba follows on pact to develop geothermal energy in Malawi

Japanese multinational conglomerate, Toshiba has pledged to support the government of Malawi in the development geothermal energy.
Renewable Energy

Should we be scared of the fossil-free future world?

The growth in new energy technologies has surged in the past decade, sparking the prospect of a world free from fossil fuels writes Eaton.

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